Infinite Increasing Income Review: Coronavirus scam
Infinite Increasing Income represents it is operated by Ultimate Luxury Alliance.
Contact details for Greg Simmons in Oregon are provided on the company’s website.
No information about Simmons is provided. I tried to look up info using the name but came up blank.
I noted that stock photos are used to represent fake Infinite Increasing Income “associates”, so there’s a possibility Simmons is a pseudonym.
Infinite Increasing Income’s website domain (“infiniteincreasingincome.com”) was privately registered in June 2019.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
Infinite Increasing Income’s Products
Infinite Increasing Income has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Infinite Increasing Income affiliate membership itself.
Bundled with Infinite Increasing Income affiliate fee payments is “Medic in a Bottle”.
Medic in a Bottle is a colloidal silver solution, marketed as a coronavirus preventative.
The CORONA-VIRUS…is NO match for MEDIC…in a bottle!
Just 1 teaspoon a day…will keep the CORONA-VIRUS completely at bay….
No documented evidence of Medic in a Bottle having any affect on prevention or treatment of coronavirus is provided.
Infinite Increasing Income’s Compensation Plan
Infinite Increasing Income affiliates sign up and pay a monthly fee.
This fee is gifted to someone who joined Infinite Increasing Income before them.
Infinite Increasing Income coordinates gifting payments among affiliates via a 1-up model.
A 1-up model is tracked via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
A 1-up model works within a unilevel compensation structure by requiring each recruited affiliate to pass up commissions tied to their first recruit.
Each Infinite Increasing Income affiliate pays $50 a month, which is gifted to someone who joined earlier.
The $50 gifting payment generated by their first recruit is passed up to the affiliate who recruited them.
$50 monthly gifting payments are kept from the second affiliate recruited.
In turn, affiliates recruited further downline (e.g. an affiliate recruited by someone you recruit), must also pass up commissions generated by their first recruit.
In this sense it’s theoretically possible to receive $50 gifting payments from affiliates recruited down an infinite number of unilevel team levels.
Joining Infinite Increasing Income
Infinite Increasing Income affiliate membership is $310 and then $50 a month.
Affiliates receive an 8 oz. bottle of Medic in a Bottle each month and an “attention grabbing” t-shirt.
Medic in a Bottle is colloidal silver, with a bunch of marketing hype crap attached to it.
MEDIC…in a bottle… is NOT “Colloidal Silver” …it is MUCH, MUCH BETTER!!!
Independent tests have concluded that…ionic MEDIC…in a bottle… is 300 to 17,000 times more effective and biologically available than ANY of the so called “best” “Colloidal Silvers” being sold in the world today!
The NANO size particles found in “Colloidal Silver” contain NO electrical charge!
This is why IONS and NOT NANO size particles are so effective in creating the magical properties that work so well in “ionic silver” but not so much with “Colloidal Silver”.
The major difference between these two types of silver hydro-sol’s is that “Colloidal Silver” normally only contains around 1 – 3 percent of ‘accidentally’ produced ions and the other 97% produced is larger, non electrically charged, NANO size particles.
Whereas, the much more effective ionic MEDIC…in a bottle contains 100% of these positive charged ions and virtually NO larger nano size particles!
Marketing bullshit aside, colloidal silver does not treat, prevent or cure coronavirus.
The FTC and FDA recently sent warning letters to a bunch of companies making false medical claims pertaining to colloidal silver.
NOT TO MENTION THAT MEDIC…in a bottle…
ALSO, KILLS THE GERMS AND BACTERIA IN AND AROUND THE WOUND …ELIMINATING 99.9% OF ALL INFECTION.
You’re supposed to be taking a teaspoon of Medic in a Bottle a day. You tell me, does it make any sense to be ingesting something that is claimed to wipe out germs and bacteria?
As gross as it might sound, you’re digestive system literally doesn’t work without bacteria.
On the compensation side of things, Infinite Increasing Income is a simple $50 a month gifting scheme.
In addition to being illegal the world over, MLM gifting schemes are rigged in favor of those who run them.
Sitting at the top of the company-wide unilevel team is Infinite Increasing Income’s admin, who by design will receive the majority of gifted funds.
This occurs through one or more admin positions, preloaded into the top of the company-wide unilevel team.
As with all MLM gifting schemes, once recruitment inevitably slows down those at the bottom of the scheme will eventually stop making their monthly payment.
This will see those above them stop getting paid, and they too will eventually also stop paying.
Once non-payment hits critical mass, Infinite Increasing Income collapses.
The math behind gifting schemes guarantees that, no matter how long they last, the majority of participants lose money.
If you’re an anti-gubmint nutjob (more on that in a sec), all you need to do is ask anyone trying to sell you a coronavirus cure for peer-reviewed studies showing its efficacy.
If they can’t provide any (and they can’t, because none of these products do anything with respect to coronavirus), they’re lying.
I bring this up because Infinite Increasing Income attempts to justify both medical and financial fraud with made-up terminology.
Why is a “Private Membership Association” so right and so perfect for all of us?
A PMA does not need any authority or permission, of any kind whatsoever, from any government for its creation or in order for it to continue to exist and function.
A PMA is created by and exists upon the contract authority and power that people have reserved for themselves.
PMA members are free to exchange any information whatsoever on any topic they choose and can speak or write about, listen to, or read any information, use or obtain any information, product, or service on any terms agreeable to any member who chooses to provide that information, product, or service within the private membership association.
PMAs are under no general lawful/legal obligation to recognize any statutory title of public competency, education or training (licensed persons/experts).
Everything above, taken from Infinite Increasing Income’s website, is absolutely false.
It reeks of sovereign citizen shit-fuckery and shouldn’t be taken seriously by anyone with half a brain.
Infinite Increasing Income is a gifting scam, wrapped fake coronavirus preventative marketing.
Running a gifting scheme promising “infinite increasing income” is bad enough. Marketing it with bogus medical claims during a worldwide pandemic makes you a special type of scumbag.
Update 25th March 2020 – Possibly linked businesses include Blissful Boxes and Silver Infusion.
Blissful Boxes targets Australia and New Zealand. Up until a few days ago the company was advertising Medic in a Bottle and the Ultimate Luxury Alliance PMA shit-fuckery:
According to their website, Blissful Boxes is run by ‘a Mum and Daughter duo, Leanne and Shaniah‘.
Silver Infusion’s website has the same marketing copy found on Infinite Increasing Income.
The company claims its product is manufactured by GCS Manufacturing.
Instead of the Ultimate Luxury Alliance PMA, Silver Infusion has it’s own GCS Manufacturing PMA shit-fuckery going on:
Greg Scott; of the Simmons family
GCS Manufacturing – PMA
Manufactured in the The United States of America (1781)
Silver Infusion don’t appear to advertise an income opportunity directly on their website.